Discover the Future of Urban Air Mobility

A Leader in Self-Flying

In 2017, we became the first company in the U.S. to successfully fly an autonomous, eVTOL aircraft designed for passenger use. Since then we’ve remained committed to a self-flying first approach and the safe integration of autonomous aircraft systems into existing airspace. Through partnerships with other aviation leaders, like NASA, we’re creating autonomous flight-based solutions that address the growing urban mobility crisis in a way that is effective, accessible, and sustainable.

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A Unique Approach

Pioneering an entirely new way to fly, our all-electric, self-flying air taxi rises like a helicopter and flies like a plane. Our eVTOL aircraft will remove the need for a runway and allow you to land where you need to be. By using self-flying software combined with human oversight, we are shaping the future of accessible, everyday flight.

Safety First, Always

Safety is our number one priority and it’s at the forefront of everything we do. It is a critical part of our culture and operations. From a self-flying first approach to the implementation of operational and testing standards that exceed those of general aviation, we’re committed to ensuring safety as we bring everyday flight to everyone.

Autonomous Flight

By leveraging our extensive experience in autonomous flight, we’ve removed the number one cause of aviation accidents – pilot error.

Rotor Safety System

Our vertical lift system features 12 independent rotors with only one moving part: the fan. An issue with one rotor is automatically handled so the flight can continue.

Redundant Systems

The aircraft is designed and built with multiple redundant systems – meaning no single point of failure – to ensure reliability and, most importantly, safety.

Parachute Descent

If a situation arises where we need to land without the use of lift fans, every aircraft is equipped with a parachute for safe landing.

Designed for Urban Air Mobility

  • Mission: Air taxi
  • Power: All-electric
  • Aircraft Type: Experimental 
  • Aircraft Classification: eVTOL (electric, vertical take-off and landing)
  • Type of Flight: Fixed wing, on a single propeller
  • Pilot Type: Autonomous (self-flying)
  • Altitude:  ~1500-5000 ft AGL
  • Dimensions: 21 feet long with a 36 foot wingspan
  • Vertical Lift: 12 independent lift fans
  • Range: Initially about 25 miles plus reserves / about 40 kilometres plus reserves
  • Speed: About 100 miles per hour / about 160 kilometres per hour

A Leader in Self-Flying

In 2017, we became the first company in the U.S. to successfully fly an autonomous, eVTOL aircraft designed for passenger use. Since then we’ve remained committed to a self-flying first approach and the safe integration of autonomous aircraft systems into existing airspace. Through partnerships with other aviation leaders, like NASA, we’re creating autonomous flight-based solutions that address the growing urban mobility crisis in a way that is effective, accessible, and sustainable.

Watch Our Aircraft Video

I

A Unique Approach

Pioneering an entirely new way to fly, our all-electric, self-flying air taxi rises like a helicopter and flies like a plane. Our eVTOL aircraft will remove the need for a runway and allow you to land where you need to be. By using self-flying software combined with human oversight, we are shaping the future of accessible, everyday flight.

Safety First, Always

Safety is our number one priority and it’s at the forefront of everything we do. It is a critical part of our culture and operations. From a self-flying first approach to the implementation of operational and testing standards that exceed those of general aviation, we’re committed to ensuring safety as we bring everyday flight to everyone.

Autonomous Flight

By leveraging our extensive experience in autonomous flight, we’ve removed the number one cause of aviation accidents – pilot error.

Rotor Safety System

Our vertical lift system features 12 independent rotors with only one moving part: the fan. An issue with one rotor is automatically handled so the flight can continue.

Redundant Systems

The aircraft is designed and built with multiple redundant systems – meaning no single point of failure – to ensure reliability and, most importantly, safety.

Parachute Descent

If a situation arises where we need to land without the use of lift fans, every aircraft is equipped with a parachute for safe landing.

Designed for Urban Air Mobility

  • Mission: Air taxi
  • Power: All-electric
  • Aircraft Type: Experimental 
  • Aircraft Classification: eVTOL (electric, vertical take-off and landing)
  • Type of Flight: Fixed wing, on a single propeller
  • Pilot Type: Autonomous (self-flying)
  • Altitude:  ~1500-5000 ft AGL
  • Dimensions: 21 feet long with a 36 foot wingspan
  • Vertical Lift: 12 independent lift fans
  • Range: Initially about 25 miles plus reserves / about 40 kilometres plus reserves
  • Speed: About 100 miles per hour / about 160 kilometres per hour